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Are New Technologies Making Our Driving Worse?

August 7, 2015 We see it on a daily basis and we hear of the rising number of automobile accidents that are caused by new technologies being introduced to the marketplace. With a growing number of devices—GPS systems, iPads, car audio systems and cellphones—within easy reach, keeping a focus on the road is...

Interactive Maps and Traffic Enforcement Cameras Can Improve Pedestrian Safety

May 28, 2015 One might ask: What is the true purpose of automated traffic camera enforcement? Are they actually used in attempt to reduce the number of people running red lights? Or, is it a simple ploy for the city to make more money? Are there tools to avoid potentially dangerous intersections? According...

In Their Own Words, Kids Honor Their Federal Hero: Mom

May 8, 2015 From the Environmental Protection Agency worker who might rather be picking up her children from school than working late to the U.S. Postal Service mom who delivers mail on Christmas Eve, some federal employees have one of the most challenging jobs—juggling work and family obligations. For this Mother’s Day, federally...